Creating Your Own Peacock Feather Wedding Invitations is easy to do and a lot of fun. Many brides want to be hands on and more creative when it comes to planning their wedding. While there are many important details better left to the professions, there are some thing as bride can do to make her wedding more personal. Designing and making the wedding invitations is a perfect project to do while waiting for the special day to arrive.
If you are into calligraphy, certainly you can write each invitation by hand but their is an easier way that offers a perfection look. To get started, you need to think about a theme design. Here we show you how to make wedding invitations with a beautiful peacock theme.
- Blank or Pre-printed Postcards
- Peacock Feathers
- Elegant Envelopes
- Calligraphy Pens & Ink
- Ribbon, Embellishments, etc
- Glue Stick or Super Glue
Your Postcards should be designed to include the name of the bride and groom, the date and time, and the address of where the wedding and reception will take place. You can use an online printing website like vistaprint.com to create your invitation design and even have them printed once done if you prefer not to hand print the cards yourself.
Layout your design to include extra space for adding the Peacock Feathers, Ribbons, Glitter or Other Decorative Embellishments that you want to include.
Peacock Feathers can be trimmed to any shape and placed on the postcards in any position. It is best to use minimal glue & to only place on the back bottom side of the Peacock Stems. Add Ribbon or other mini decorations too.
Below are 2 Examples to Get You Started:
See template.net for more ideas.
Bulk Peacock Feathers are Available at SmileyMe.Com and come in many colors for making your wedding invitations uniquely themed to your wedding color theme.
You can find Postcards, Envelopes & Glue at your local Stationary Store and Other Embellishments Including, Ribbons, Glitter, Confetti, etc at any nearby Craft Store.
Hope this post inspires you to design the perfect card for you special day. If you do make them yourself, feel free to send us a picture of how your invitation turned out and we will include it here so others can enjoy seeing your creation too.